War Memory and Popular Culture: Essays on Modes of Remembrance and Commemoration

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Published Jefferson, N. Language English. Expand all About This Publication. Physical Description vi, p.

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Contents Commemorating Jewish martyrdom? Herwig, Holger H.

ISBN softcover : alk. Notes Includes bibliographical references and index.

Keywords and Subjects. Subjects War and society.

War Memory and Popular Culture: Essays on Modes of Remembrance and Commemoration

War memorials--Social aspects. Memorialization--Social aspects. Detailed critique of commemorative events, their societal relevance, politicization, and importance to various stakeholders. Surveys meaning behind commemorations—nationhood, independence, war, battles, famous people. Analyzes ways society and government use these events.


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COLLECTIVE memory | Institute for the Study of Human Rights

The essays examine the intersection of these two concepts at different times and places. Keren, Michael, and Holger H. Herwig, eds.

Jefferson, NC: McFarland, Kidd, William, and Brian Murdoch, eds. Memory and Memorials: The Commemorative Century. Aldershot, UK: Ashgate, Recognizing the profound impact of World Wars I and II, Kidd and Murdoch have put together a volume that delves deeper into issues of war memory and how it shapes political culture.

The contributors analyze collective memory and examine the ways in which societies choose to remember conflicts and manipulate memories for specific political and cultural outcomes.

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McCalman, Iain, and Paul A. London: Palgrave Macmillan, DOI: McCalman and Pickering argue that people engage in reenactments as a way to bridge the past and present, as well as to escape from their boring everyday lives. Winter, Jay, and Emmanuel Sivan, eds.

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